Look at the best fashion looks of the Golden Globes that never hit the red carpet

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If there is something that pop culture lovers can expect to see from the Golden Globes, celebrities always bring the drama. From an explosion of ornate jewelry designs to a feather making and undulating trains, the annual ceremony is filled with a striking style.

The fashion of the red carpet is so good at the Golden Globes that it is almost unfair that Hollywood's biggest stars cannot receive an award just for their lustful ones. (However, they are winners in our hearts!)

Because the 2020 golden balloons The prize season will begin in a matter of days, E! The news recalls the best fashion that has ever reached the red carpet. Since Jennifer Anistonthe memorable and elegant suit (yes, the one he wore without a shirt under his jacket) to Lady Gagathe vibrant blue dress that paid tribute to Judy Garland in A star has been born.

To see what your favorite stars got for the special occasion, keep scrolling through our gallery below. Tracee Ellis Ross, Constance Wu, Eva Longoria and many other celebrities made the red carpet their catwalk at the Golden Globes.

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Look at the E! Live from the red carpet Coverage of the Golden Globes 2020 on Sunday, January 5 from 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT followed by the Balloon ceremony on NBC at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT!